Tuesday, October 02, 2007
Why is Rudy Giuliani basing his campaign on 911?
Mayor Giuliani was warned that the WTC tower was going to collapse.
Rudy Giuliani is interviewed by ABC News 12:01 pm 9/11/01 where he mentioned that he was told that the WTC tower was going to collapse.
He didn't say it was going to fall or that it was going down. He specifically used the word "collapse". The Mayor of New York knew that the building was going to collapse. Wouldn't this indicate that he allready knew that there would be an event? An event that he is now using as a platform for his run for the presidency.
Video complements of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
Republican Opponents Afraid To Attack Giuliani On 9/11
Sam Stein September 28, 2007 12:10 PM
Rudy Giuliani has made his performance on Sept. 11 the dominant pillar of his campaign, a strategy that has proved at once effective and controversial. While the former New York City mayor finds himself atop national polls and well-positioned to capture the Republican nomination, he has also exposed himself to criticism that he is overstating his terrorism credentials and crassly politicizing the issue.
Yet just three months before the first primary vote is cast, none of Giuliani's top-tier primary opponents have taken the bait.
Despite privately acknowledging that there is ample ammunition to attack Giuliani for his handling of and work after 9/11, the GOP presidential frontrunners have been either too cautious or afraid to speak out. Their silence underscores a strategic calculation that Giuliani's 9/11 record will be picked apart by Democrats, and other foes of Rudy; but also a fear that bringing up the terrorism issue could backfire.